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Sunday, June 06, 2010

QPR Report Sunday Snippets (Still No Confirmed/Announced Signings)...Some Old QPR Goals Video

- Happy Sixty-First Birthday to Ex-QPR Goalie Alan Spratley!

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- QPR REPORT Available on TWITTER!

- *** QPR's Pre-Season Calendar: UPDATE - Hendon vs QPR XI, August 3rd

- Video Compilation - "Greatest-Ever QPR Goals"


- Video of Terry Venables' QPR beating Barnsley on the "controversial plastic pitch" on a day that other teams couldn't play!

- QPR's 1982 FA Cup Quarter Final Victory Versus Crystal Palace
- Chelsea vs QPR From 1980- 1985: Coventry vs QPR
- (Depressing) VIDEO: Brian Little's 1976-77 League Cup Semi-Final Hatrick vs QPR at Highbuary

- So many news stories that Kenny (and others were signing - even had signed) but thus far, no Official Announcements from either the buying or selling clubs.

- An Ian Holloway column in The Independent. (Will be interesting to see if this is going to be a weekly column - and how it might affect Warnock's weekly Independent column)

- Ex-QPR's Peter Springett's Role in Recovering the European Cup: An Update

- Information about England's first Opponent: The USA!

- Holland 6 Hungary 1 (Priskin but not Buzsaky playing)

- Maradona Offering his Strong Opinions! Ardilles on Argentina and Maradona!

- The Great Eusebio Remembered/Remembers

- Ron Noades Still Interested in Crystal Palace Involvement!

- Flashback: The Bad Managers Coming out of the England 1986 Squad

- Mrs Mittal Talking about Normal Life (probably no QPR mention)

- Sousa Wanted Elsewhere?

- Rename Two QPR Stands after Two QPR True Heroes: Tony Ingham and Mike Keen Stands? - That's the wish of QPR Fan Paul Finney. If you agree with the idea, he'd like fans to email the club.

- Simon Royce is Brentford's New Goalkeeping Coach

- What QPR Looked Like Three Years Ago

- QPR Finances Two Years Ago

- Three Years Ago Today: Reports of a QPR "Winding Up" Order

- Football League Chairmen and CEOs in Malta

- Ex-Chairman Antonio Caliendo Meets Last Remaining Survivor from the 1930 World Cup
- RIP: Bristol City's 107 Year Old Fan

- The QPR Report World Cup Game: Feel Free to Join!

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